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2 Adult Store Employees Charged After Argument Turns Physical: Orange Police
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Officers responded to the VIP store for a reported disturbance involving store employees on Dec. Officers learned that the manager of the store, Holly Saunders, 34, of New Haven, had attempted to counsel employee Jacqueline Ferraro, 26, of Branford, regarding her work performance, police said. A loud argument ensued, which later turned physical when Saunders struck Ferraro in the head, police said. Other store employees intervened and separated the two, police said. Both were subsequently taken into custody and charged with second-degree breach of peace. Saunders is also charged with third-degree assault.
Police responded to the business earlier this month on a complaint of sexual assault from two employees, police said. Ryan O'Leary, 27, of Derby is accused of entering the store and acting "inappropriately" with two employees, police said. He used his hand to touch one of the employees and later on he used a display item to touch the other employee, police said. Both employees informed their boss, who ordered O'Leary out of the store and police were able to locate him at his home in Derby, police said.